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of the senate, democrat sam nunn and republican bob bennett. partisan coming up first. right now fox news digital political editor and town hall dot com editor. what are we to make about these plans for a second obama administration, it might not come to pass, but they are getting their spending priorities in order. >> look. the thing that the president is very clearly doing in this reelection campaign is being a very vague. well democrats accuse mitt romney of being vague, the president has intentionally talked only in general about the need for infrastructure and other stimulus kind of spending and the need for what he says will be a tax increase on top earners to pay for it. when you get down to specifics you don't need -- you don't hear very much about what it would be. part of the reason for that is that the president knows that there are a lot of people with their hands out, the people with ideas for how that money ought to be spent. one concern that he has aside from frightening moderate voters with more spending is creating this line up at the trough for lawmakers from his own par
larry shoafer in the pits of the cme group. bob phillips, telling us why the recession already here. legendary investor wilbur ross who needs no introduction and will tell us what is he investing. larry over at the i know talking with nicole that hewlett-packard was bringing down the whole index. you look at oil. it is hard, you can't call it a crash but a 4.25% drop in oil is the biggest drop we've had in months. doesn't that show you that we're at a tippingpoint here where the weakness in the economy may finally spill over to the stock market? >> it might be one of those things that does tip over the stock market. being down 4% i like the fact, i don't think the market likes that. we have lost steam. we made up some of that steam but being down 4% on the oil price, that might be something that leave as hangover tomorrow morning given all the moving parts saying we're really in contraction. it could be the start of a big downtrend in the market. lauren: talking about a downtrend, bob, you have a s&p target of 1250 right now, is that correct? >> that's right. lauren: go ahead, bob.
'm lou bobs, and tonight, we begin with big bird. who would have thought a children's icon on public broadcasting since 1969 would play a role in a presidential campaign, but big bird is doing that becoming a big deal this week in the first presidential debate when governor romney said this -- >> what would i cut from spending? obamacare is on the list. i use that term with all respect. i'm going to stop the subsidy to pbs and other things. i love pbs and big bird, and i actually like you, too. lou: president obama not able to resist since then referring to big bird yesterday and today, and here's what he said. >> for all of you moms and kids out there, don't worry, somebody's finally getting tough on big bird. [cheers and applause] rounding him up. elmo's got to watch out too. governor romney plans to let wall street run wild, but he's bringing the hammer down on "sesame street," it makes sense. lou: the president was trying to make a joke, but, mr. president, wait a minute. turns out big bird is deserving of considerable public attention. upon further investigation, it appears the
at the piano. oh, i am sorry, he changed his name to bob dylan. we moved into the architect part of the hall of fame. the piano, guitars, what with these singer songwriters really be? come meet the ceo of the rock 'n roll hall of fame. terry stewart. thank you so much for joining us. the rock 'n roll hall of fame is here in cleveland because the term was coined by this guy, alan freed, a dj. talk about that moment and why he coined that phrase. >> he was very egotistical. he had an insight about the music. he fell in love with it. he really wanted to sort of on it. he gradually took over that world. and that whole process he thought there was a bigger universe of people out there. he renamed it rebranded it. he knew what it meant. they told him not to use it. he used it anyway. [laughter] it took off like wildfire. liz: you learn something new every day. we will go over here. i have to quickly pointed out. these are alan freed ashes. we do not have to get into the details of that. i would be way more interested in getting into these guitars. >> these are all gibson paul guitars. owned by ver
as an anchor. at the rock 'n roll hall of fame joined by a guy who knew her back in the day. >> bob marley knew me. i'm kidding. all the paraphernalia at the rock 'n roll hall of fame. and his guitar. how about that. another guy not as old as bob marley, my coanchor, got a picture of him and me back in the day. all i can say as he was one of the best anchors i ever worked with. here he is today come my good buddy sans mustache. he should be the one time television with a mustache. so good to see you. >> or crew wants to know many stories, i can't tell any of them. >> bill is the number one rated anchor in cleveland at fox eight, we are of course in columbus with me work for a great guy who was always the one who said let's get out there and show things, not just tell about them. i had too much of it. calm down a little bit with the midwestern look. i am from los angeles, we both ended up in cleveland and we both really loved it here. >> my mother grew up around this area, this feels like home. they would do anything for you, stranger would stop, they would drive you someplace if you needed in a
libor investigation. closed the dismissal of bob diamond. one of the principal players. remember how libor is created. it is a bunch of banks submitting what they think libor should be in a kind of blended together. that becomes the interest rate. it is obviously right for manipulation. you can submit much lower one third that is what they are talking about now. they were low and that investigation. incomes grassley taking on geithner specifically. the president of the new york fed, he knew about this manipulation. guess what, he wrote a little letter to some guy, and e-mail to another guy, did not do much about it. liz: is regulated by london bank. charlie: it is regulated by him also. barclays jpmorgan, citigroup, all of them are involved in this thing. it will be a big mess. grass lake comes in today is really starting to turn up the heat. tell us what you knew. tell us if you considered ramifications for not taking a stronger stand at the time. there is an impact on monistic polities. municipalities have all of these contracts or financial derivative to balance the books. they lo
is not on solid ground making the claim. gerri: one possible explanation. bob woodward said, wow, you know what might have happened? the president got bad foreign affairs information before the debate. doug, are you buying that? >> not at all. presidents compartmentalize, the correspondent's dinner, the president told joke and the next day, a successful raid on bin laden. gerri: no excuses? >> no excuses. gerri: thank you so much. great job as always. >> thank you. >> thanks, gerri. gerri: last night's debate was conversational more than expected and there were zingers, our top picks of the best. number five -- >> obamacare is on the list. i use that term with all respect. >> i like it. >> okay, good. gerri: we're fond of that too, but not for the same reason as you. number four -- >> i'll stop the subsidy to pbs. i like big bird. gerri: making big bird a star with saturday night live, jimmy fallon, all trying to book the star. his people saying he's not talking to the media. we were turned down by big bird. it's appalling. number three -- >> and at some point, i think the american people have
systems, we start approaching something between baghdad bob on one hand, and in news speak from 1984 on the other. stuart: do you think it's gone that far? >> i think i saw in the last two weeks in libya has been unbelievable. let me give you a couple of examples. we have an ambassador and i wrote about, had written about this and spoke about it, we have an ambassador who has no security on the anniversary of 9-11, by the way, valerie jarrett, a white house aide has full secret service detail. nobody challenges this. we have susan rice goes out, does five shows on sunday, she's not even in the line of authority saying it's all that video. the white house knew it wasn't. they knew how dangerous the narrative would be, if it were described as a terrorist attack and they went days before the-- >> got it now. i've got 20 seconds, you tell me why the media elites are doing this. 20 seconds. >> because they believe it's their job to dictate to the american people where they know better for them. they don't serve the people they rule them and making themselves,stuart, i say they're making t
on the debate. i saw senator hatch, bob portman who played a crucial role in helping mitt romney prepare for this debate, reportedly playing the role of the president. i see a number of reporters like our own ed henry walking by. on the other side of the hall, hard to make out from here, a limited number of cameras with me, but the obama forces, bob gibbs, nancy pelosi, appointly making her way into the room soon. here's what happens in the spin room and that alley really, spin alley, is they all get out there, the reporters leave the seats. it looks like appbst telethon. they are not getting free tote bags. these are the people who are going to decide whether this succeeded, trying to make out who is who. who is coming in? mitt romney and his family, his five sons, 18 grandchildren. that's them leaving the room now. barack obama as well. sarah palin on the phone with us right now i believe. the former alaska governor. governor, what did you think? >> caller: oh, it was a struggle to watch some parts of this, neil, as you considered president obama with his lack of enthusiasm for his own
a look at john bob. it is a top turnaround stock. it is jumping. talking about a low debt to capital ratio. an experienced executive officer. you can see the stock is up over 60% right now. back to you. melissa: new york attorney general eric schneiderman on the lawsuit against jb morgan. alleging bear stearns misled investors. we will be right back. ♪ gecko (clearing throat) thank you, mr. speaker, uh, members of congress. in celebration of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or geico...as most of you know it. ...i propose savings for everyone! i'm talking hundreds here... and furthermore.. newcaster: breaking news. the gecko is demanding free pudding. and political parties that are actual parties! with cake! and presents! ah, that was good. too bad nobody could hear me. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. melissa: we have breaking news right now. eric schneiderman following a civil lawsuit against jpmorgan chase. jpmorgan chase said all this happened before the government had them acquire it. why the lawsuit? bu
companies are down. bob taking a hit on it will fly today. we'll still getting hit very hard. we are at the close of the session. a big selloff here. to show you the inventory numbers and what i mean, the market was and this -- that would be quite foolish for the market. if you factor in the numbers, we are still well a above. when we look at china's number into the latest inventory data, things are week over there. they are the second largest oil consumer in the world. second only to the united states. traders have to price and that weakness in the price of oil. rbob is also lower. natural gas is the worst performer. right now down 5% after being up six straight days. we have a big selloff going on. lori: thank you for the explanation, sandra smith. melissa: interest rates at an all-time high. mortgage applications are soaring. refinancing rose to the highest level in three years purchases also jumped 4%. is this a good time that there is an appetite for home buying and also for the banks to lend? i have to give you a big funder. you are just that kind of person. >> thank you. m
they are going to vote for romney. there are 15% in a rasmussen poll that are still uncommitted. bob bennett a former republican senator from utah and byron dorgan democratic senator from north dakota is also joining us. senator dorgan, that seems like a high number. what do you make of this ahead of wednesday night's debate? >> well most polls have are you certain and then also are you leaning? this doesn't have one of those categories. you know, this is kind of like a scavenger hunt for good polling news. it is entertaining, but it doesn't matter very much. what really matters is what do the polls show how independents feel in ohio, pennsylvania, florida, wisconsin and so on? so, you know, this is a close race. i think president obama is leading in the key swing states. and this debate is going to be very interesting, viewed by a lot of americans. so i think both candidates are going intoothis thinking they really have to do well. connell: senator dorgan is right senator bennett in that the president has been leading in the polls. take nbc "wall street journal" as an example in those swing
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